ITALIAN CINEMA LONDON
BEHOLD THE BUMBLEBEE
Ecce Bombo
Italy, 1978, 103m, English subtitles
with Nanni Moretti, Lina Sastri,
Susanna Javicola

Thu 12 Apr 8.55pm
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BIANCA
Bianca
Italy, 1984, 96m, English subtitles
with Nanni Moretti, Laura Morante, Remo Remotti

Sat 14 Apr 7.00pm
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THE MASS IS ENDED
La messa è finita
Italy, 1985, 94m, English subtitles
with Nanni Moretti, Marco Messeri, Vincenzo Salemme 

Sun 15 Apr 7.00pm
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RED LOB
Palombella Rossa
Italy, 1989, 89m, English subtitles
with Nanni Moretti, Asia Argento, Silvio Orlando

Thu 12 Apr 7.00pm
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DEAR DIARY
Caro Diario
Italy, 1993, 100m, English subtitles
with Nanni Moretti, Jennifer Beals, Carlo Mazzacurati

Fri 13 Apr 6.45pm
Sun 15 Apr 4.00pm
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APRIL
Aprile
Italy, 1998, 78m, English subtitles
with Nanni Moretti, Silvio Orlando, Silvia Nono

Sun 15 Apr 9.00pm
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THE SON'S ROOM
La Stanza del Figlio
Italy, 2001, 99m, English subtitles
with Nanni Moretti, Laura Morante, Jasmine Trinca

Fri 13 Apr 8.30pm
Sun 15 Apr 2.00pm
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THE CAIMAN
Il Caimano
Italy, 2006, 112m, English subtitles
with Nanni Moretti, Silvio Orlando, Margherita Buy

Sat 14 Apr 9.00pm
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ITALIAN CINEMA LONDON is proud to present a retrospective of the film director Nanni Moretti (biography), from 12 - 15 April 2012 at Riverside Studios. This retrospective is a long-overdue tribute to one of the most original personalities of Italian cinema.

The programme showcases a selection of the best films by the Italian film director.
Highlights include The Son's Room, winner of the Palme d'Or in 2001, Dear Diary, a confessional journey into the self and The Caiman, inspired by anti-Berlusconi sentiments. It is believed that this film influenced the outcome of the 2006 Italian General Election.

ICL Director Clara Caleo Green says about the event: "This is a long-overdue homage to a unique director and artist. We are lucky to have the support of writers and journalists who love and appreciate Moretti's work to make this event very special."

The Guardian journalist, Andrew Dickson, will introduce Dear Diary sharing his passion for the film with the audience.
Listen to the interview by Fred.fm radio
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Dr. Eleanor Andrews, Senior Lecturer in Italian and Course Leader for Film Studies at University of Wolverhampton, will introduce Ecce Bombo.
Listen to the interview by Fred.fm radio
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Also read the article on the retrospective written by Film Critic and Historian David Parkinson for Empire online.

Listen to some comments after the screening of The Mass is Ended
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HIGHLIGHTS
ELEANOR ANDREWS INTRODUCES
BEHOLD THE BUMBLEBEE
ANDREW DICKSON INTRODUCES
DEAR DIARY
OPENING NIGHT
VENUE INFO


Crisp Road
Hammersmith
London W6 9RL

Box Office: 020 8237 1111
Reception: 020 8237 1000

The nearest tube station is Hammersmith, served by the Piccadilly,
District and Hammersmith & City lines.
The following buses stop at Hammersmith Broadway Bus Station:
9, 10, 27, 33, 72, 190, 209, 211, 220, 266, 267, 283, 295, 391, 419, H91

www.riversidestudios.co.uk
The retrospective is on the Riverside Studios website
CALENDAR OF THE EVENT

THU 12 APR

FRI 13 APR

SAT 14 APR

SUN 15 APR

7.00pm
8.55pm

6.45pm
8.50pm

7.00pm
9.00pm

2.00pm
4.00pm
7.00pm
9.00pm

TICKET INFORMATION

All tickets: £9.50 (£8.50 concs.)
Two films: £14
Three films: £18
Four films: £24

Tickets can be booked online on the Riverside Studios website
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